The Theater: New Plays: Nov. 3, 1924

Comedienne. Somewhere in France this little portrait was first found. Presumably in some French theatre it amused the crowds that came to gaze. In importation all its glitter died away. It is the tale of an actress who became a grandmother and retired to Virginia. By the last act she is back at the stage door. Charlotte Walker was immoderately miscast in the part. Cyril Keightley did very little as head man. Alan Dale—"Sheer inadequacy and torture."


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